Review

Thomas Scotto’s Jerome By Heart

In Thomas Scotto’s Jerome by Heart words are paired with Olivier Tallec‘s sweet illustrations to tell a story of prepubescent love. The first person narrative opens with an image of two boys holding hands while riding bikes. Oblivious to the world around them, the boys’ activity literally stops traffic, disrupting […]

Jessica Love’s Julián Is a Mermaid

Jessica Love’s Julian is a Mermaid celebrates gender expansive youth, femininity, and Brooklyn’s Mermaid Parade, which was founded by the non-profit arts organization, Coney Island USA, in 1983. The text opens with an image of Julián in a pool with five women; one of the women is his abuela. Julián […]